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How much are you willing to pay for a burrito? The pandemic has led to the largest price spikes at fast-food restaurants in two decades.
How to care less about work: As we peer around the corner of the pandemic, let’s talk about what we want to do—and not do—with the rest of our lives.
U.S. food supply is under pressure, from plants to store shelves: Weeks of workers calling in sick add to continuing supply and transportation disruptions, making store shelves harder to fill.
B2B marketing: The beginner’s guide
In hot job market, salaries start to swell for white-collar workers: Professionals toward end of 2021 see compensation jump at fastest rate in nearly 20 years, with law and finance reaping significant gains.
Main Street does not believe the Fed's or Wall Street's view of inflation. People and businesses act as if elevated inflation will be around for a while, whereas the Fed and Wall Street expect inflation pressures to subside soon. The implication is that real interest rates look much lower on Main Street than on Wall Street.
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